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I have always been impressed with Axios' show on HBO. However, since the beginning of the pandemic, I have become even more impressed with the way its films "Zoom" style interviews with guests. For anyone who has watched it, I have a few questions: - How do you think they are handling multiple cameras with the guests (using the person's iPhone for b-roll?) I conduct a lot of video interviews with normal people (not high powered senators, business leaders, etc.) and I cringe at the thought of sending multiple cameras to people, getting them set up to use them, and even just sometimes having them send me a video file. - What platform do you think they are using to do the interviews? I use Zoom for my interviews with Ecamm Live's Virtual Cam. The latter allows me to have multiple cameras and streams to choose from in my edit. (Unfortunately the latest version of Zoom has disables support for Virtual Cam so I am not sure what I am going to do next...) But that's just for my video - not the participant. What could be the simplest, most elegant way of doing this? Thanks, Jonathan
On the latest Go Creative Show podcast cinematographer, Paul Cameron ASC talks about working on Westworld Season 3. Paul and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the visual differences between seasons of Westworld, how he blends the old west with the future, his transition from DP to director, and how he fills the frame’s background with lighting. Topics covered Staying creative during COVID-19 (02:40) Visual approach to Westworld season 3 (07:49) Importance of prepping and storyboarding (21:30) Transitioning from DP to director (34:12) Relationship between director and talent (39:23) Challenges of filming with exterior lights at night (48:41) How Paul fills the background using lights (52:38) Approach to camera movement in Westworld (01:00:59) Advice for filmmakers (01:04:50)